Your ability to provide for yourself and for those who depend on you relies on your ability to make the most of your skills, judgement and mental abilities. Unfortunately, many people do not realize that even a small blow to the head can produce symptoms that may affect all of these areas, potentially ruining your career and jeopardizing your ability to find work elsewhere.
Arizona individuals may be unaware that stillbirths occur in roughly 1 out of 160 births, and about 30 percent of the time, the cause is not known. The other two-thirds of stillbirths happen for a number of different reasons including birth defects, placental problems, infections, trauma and umbilical cord accidents. Individuals who have lost a baby due to stillbirth may wish to have an autopsy performed if they do not know the cause.
Maternal trauma, or pregnancy-related injury, poses several risks to the fetus, especially if surgery is required. Expecting mothers in Arizona might not be surprised to find out that violence and traffic accidents are the most common causes of trauma in pregnant women, and this trauma is more likely to cause maternal death than other pregnancy-related medical complications.